Definition of 'clutter'
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To simplify things and have less clutter in my life. Times, Sunday Times (2008)These people are about to get serious help to clear out their clutter. The Sun (2012)We also needed to remove the clutter from her monthly calendar. Christianity Today (2000)The great battle of modern domestic life is keeping the clutter within manageable proportions. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She said too much clutter could hinder the way the brain processes information. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And a little less clutter in the life of the more organised younger brother. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The first task is to clear away the clutter. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Do you have too much clutter in your home? Times, Sunday Times (2013)The answer is to clear our heads of clutter. Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)Room for a bit of clutter. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But have they spotted the pent-up demand for car clutter? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Once you reduce this clutter, your old files will be more visible again. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Too much clutter and you'll look insecure. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The Times reported last month that sandwich boards and advertising placards are to be banned to reduce street clutter. Times, Sunday Times (2008)People keep so much clutter on their desks and that's the total opposite of that clear holiday feeling. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I'd rather not clutter up the car with a portable one. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I would willingly forgo all the high-tech gadgets that clutter up new cars in favour of a genuine spare. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Some people say they're unsightly, and that they clutter up the place. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If you don't, the rear speakers will clutter up the room to little purpose. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We offer less clutter, more clarity; less stop and stare and more look and go. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's smarter inside too with an 8in touchscreen and less clutter. The Sun (2014)Clothes and hangers clutter the changing rooms, two of which are being used as overflow storage, and there is a long queue at the tills. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'clutter'
British English: clutter /ˈklʌtə/ NOUN
Clutter is a lot of unnecessary or useless things in an untidy state.
She lives surrounded by clutter.
- American English: clutter
- Arabic: فَوْضَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: bagunça
- Chinese: 混乱
- Croatian: nered
- Czech: harampádí harampádí
- Danish: rod
- Dutch: rommel
- European Spanish: revoltijo de chismes
- Finnish: sekasotku
- French: bazar
- German: Kram
- Greek: ακαταστασία
- Italian: confusione
- Japanese: 散らかしたもの
- Korean: 어질러진 물건
- Norwegian: virvar
- Polish: nieład
- European Portuguese: tralha
- Romanian: harababură
- Russian: беспорядок
- Spanish: revoltijo
- Swedish: skräp
- Thai: กองระเกะระกะ
- Turkish: yayıntı
- Ukrainian: мотлох
- Vietnamese: sự lộn xộn
Definition of clutter from the Collins English Dictionary
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